Researchers Work To Improve Immunization Rates

NDSU researchers have received a nearly $10,000 North Dakota Department of Health grant to help increase adult immunization rates. The team is developing a targeted education program for state pharmacists. The work includes a survey recently sent to all pharmacists in North Dakota. Elizabeth Skoy, associate professor of practice in pharmacy practice, is leading the…
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Bioindustry Summit Set

Agriculture, technology and industry interests will converge during the 2017 Bioindustry Summit scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 2, at the Delta by Marriott hotel in Fargo. The summit will host leading biotech innovators from across the region. “With volatile energy and agricultural commodity prices, interest in value-added opportunities continue to grow,” says David Ripplinger, NDSU assistant…
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Graduate Students Give Presentations, Receive Travel Awards

NDSU Department of Plant Sciences faculty researcher Burton Johnson and master’s students Swarup Podder, Nicholas Steffl and Kyle Aasand presented results from their respective research programs at the 29th annual Association for the Advancement of Industrial Crops meeting in Ames, Iowa, Sept. 10-13. Podder, Steffl and Aasand each received a $1,000 travel award from the association…
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EXPLORE Showcase Set For Nov. 1

The NDSU EXPLORE Showcase of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity is scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 1, in the NDSU Memorial Union. Renowned educator and author Mahesh Daas is set to be the keynote speaker. Daas, dean of the School of Architecture and Design at the University of Kansas, is scheduled to present “An Inconvenient Education for…
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Manufacturing Adviser To Address Automation In NDSU Presentation

NDSU’s Northern Plains Ethics Institute is set to host a presentation by Reza Maleki, Impact Dakota senior business adviser. He is scheduled to present “Automation: Boon or Curse” Thursday, Oct. 19, at 3:30 p.m. in the A. Glenn Hill Center’s room 300. Automation has created a number of issues for the workforce, economy and privacy,…
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